"Michael Neumann" <mneumann / ntecs.de> wrote

> We (Kevin and Michael) are proud to release the first public version of
> Nemo and a new version of Wee simultaneously.

Just started looking at the demo ... very nice.

Do you have the XmlHttpRequest thing working? If so would it be possible for
Nemo to create smooth rich-client interfaces without page refreshes? e.g.
combine the view & edit pages into one:
- person edit-components <div>s are CSS-hidden until you click on Edit
- list Add component is a hidden <div> until click Add
- both the above are included (hidden) in the list view page
- Edit, Add just make visible the corresponding editable <divs>
- The Save/Cancel (and 'Delete') buttons do a XmlHttp request
- The response simply updates part of the DOM
- No page refreshes at all (in this interaction)

You could use Avi's Javascript to do the XmlHttp round-trip. It would take a
little additional Javascript, with a tweak to the css, to do the hide/show.

Or is there some underlying design of sessions, continuations, URLs, ids of
edited objects, the back button, etc. that would make this difficult?